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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

ipi THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JULY . 19*8. 5fc SEMI-ANNUAL CLEAN-UP SALE July 9,1908 m?r ul.VVa Uir WILL throw on tlie market one of the ff L* cleanest and most llp-to-date stocks of Clothing and Gent's furnishings line of goods ever brought to Nortn Texas. Our rule has always been to absolutely clean out each season all goods in each department, and only show- ing the newest creations the following season. Wo are already receiving hills for our fall ship- ments and we must make room for them. We can show you anything in season's latest out- put, Read the prices and you will see it to your interest to buy from us. • V.J Wm; a* «• '• ••••;:;• - pi Ill All 25.00, 27.50 and MO.00 Men's Suits All 20.00 and 22.50 Men's Suits All 15.00 and 17.50 Men's Suits All 10.00 and 12.50 Men's Suits All 20.00 and 22.50 Young Men's Suits All 15.00 and 17.50 Voung Men's Suits All 10.00 and 12.50 Young Men's Suits All 10.00 and 12.50 Boy's Knee Pant Suit*. All 7 50 Boy's Knee Pants Suits A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

THE Wr*«fi T DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JULY t. IMS. (f ■ w. KNIGHT'S EIGHTEE SALE STARTS Saturday u Lasts 18 Days JULY 8:30 A. M. Meaning the Most Astounding Price-Cutting Event Ever Witnt OUR ENTIRE MAMMOTH STOCK—Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Rib-,;; bons, Corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Knit and Musliu Underwear, Shirt-Waists, Dress Skirts, Etc., atk July Economy Sale Prices. $10,000 worth of newest summer goods included—nothing held backf.' in this Record-Breaking Sale. Crowd-bringing Bargains all over the store by the thousands,! se-, R c> 8bt gre«Hi be*>n Into becaui tOKtoi Cong ■I nee out public uffllcti ter w urn ttack physk cured only by the power of Spot Cash and careful searching of Eastern wholesale markets. A sale presented to the buying public after weeks of hard work and study. went* will r the k much >1 m f/^C ) IXi.l* in Economy Sale of Silks, WOOLEN AND FINE WASH GOODS! Thousands of dollars worth of the very newest and most stylish summe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE TIU'RKDAY. .Tf'l.Y I. JULY ECONOMY SALE During the History of this Great Cash Store's Existence! SALE STARTS HIS MIGHTY JULY ECONOMY SALE is your greatest opportunity of the year. Newly origi- iSflfUTuflV uated prices on our entire $35000 stock. Men's and Boys' Suits, Odd Pants, Straw Hats, Negligee */- Bhirts, Summer Underwear, Collars, Neckties, Half Hose, Suspenders, Belts,Work Shirts, Overalls, etc., at lower prices than ever before attempted by any retail merchant in this section of the country. If the character of merchandise offered in this sale was not the most reliable and sub- stantial sort we would expect thousands of dangling placards bearing the July Economy Sale trices to be passed by un-noticed. JULY 8:30 A. M. 11 Lasts 18 days AWAY e s worth or nted with a ) 50c each, elsewhere 10c t-jfrSc wns, priced 5c l-3c rns, stacked 1-3c Prices on k ns.sell else- 25c 35c 51-2c >rown, oth- 5c Silks and Fine Skirtings Priced Far Below Value for 18 D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

*JIP pi' V A I,TOGA U <f| HON. 0. STATTIMORE OK PORT VVOKTH. The above Is a splendid picture of Hon. O. S. Lattlmore of Port Worth, who Ik a candidate before the Demo cratlc primaries the 2T>th of July for the |iohItIon of judge on the Court of Criminal Appeal*. The time of Judge W. L. Davidson, who lias serv ed four terms on thin bench, will ex- pire thiH year, and Judge Lattlmore aspires to succeed him in that posi- tion. He graduated In Baylor Unt verslty in is\7 and has since then served as one of the trustee* of that institution and also for the Baylor College. He studied law under Goo drieh and Clark and was admitted to the practice of his profession at Mar tin in lt<K9. Soon afterward he lo- cnted In Port Worth, whore he has since lived and practiced law with ability and success. He was twice e letted county attorney of Tarrant county, and during his incumbency of that office he made himself a (er- ror to evil doers. He did not follow the beaten precedents of his pre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-G AZETrfe, THURSDAY, JULY 9. 1008. r A SPECIAL OFFER 10000 FREE VOTE TO CONTESTANTS Id order to assist tho*e down the list and let them catch up with some of the leaders we will make u special offer for the next eight days. This offer closes Thursday night, July 16, at 9 o'clock. Here is the proposi- tion: Any contestant bringing us In a total of 5 years' subscriptions we will give 10,000 votes exira, free. That la to say. If you bring us In subscriptions all the way from one month, 2, 3 or 6 months or a year, anyway, so It totals up and amounts to 6 years in all on the daily, we will issue you a ballot of 10,000 votes free. On the weekly paper for a total of 10 years we will do the same. A strict account will be kept of these mid It's the easiest way possible to get 10,000 votes. This will never appeur again. It's only done to <o> slst you up in the list, (let your promises in, tell your friends of the special offer, and by giving you their support now It ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

■x,, a&t* • ■ ; . :• # ' THE WEEKLY DKMOCRAT-OAZBT TB. THURSDAY. JULY 9. 1 - . - . .. . DEPARTMENT i V. H CARDS OF VARIOUS PROFES- SIONS GROUPED FOK YOUK CONVENIENCE. PERUSAL OF PUBLIC hflt*<d to Columns In Which Are Notlren of Doctor*. Dcntl«ti , Idiwym, Notaries Ktc. T. H. Bryant, Dentist, Foot® House. Phone 203. McKtnney. Dm. Penrose and Wynne, Osteo paths, Mallow building, southwest corner square. Phone 162. Dr. K. L. Burton, Specialist, eye Mr, nose and throat, McKlnney, Tex. Foote House. DR. W. II. POPK, Vetcrlnury Sur- geon ; at Cntfey's Livery Stable. Of- fice phone 73: residence phone 195, McKlnney, Texas. H. A. Abernathy, Lawyer. Col- lin County Abstract Co., land titles abstracted and perfected. Money to loan at low rate of Interest. DOGGETT A CLIFTON—Real Es- tate agents nnd lawyers. Office up- stairs In Shaln block, east side of ■quare, McKlnney, Texas. McKlnney Ileal Estate Agency— Frank G. Dowel!, Mgr. Office with The Dally Courier-Gazette and Weekly Democrat-G...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

■ :v ■ W- THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, Jl'LY 9. 190S. .OUR... Clothing Prices Talk ' I 5 3|H <■< 'ijPijli • - :Wii:. PljjjfjSjH t 'I i;ii; -.;pf jW jji;;;i^'i!ijiSi! DESIGNED BY Sperp, Michael &Soy WKWYoxk T isn't the one who says the most words who says some- thing, but the one who, when he says anything, has something to talk about. The same in the clothing bus- iness. From 40 to 60 Per Cent Discount Men of Collin county, read the following list of prices. See the lot—select your size. Bring in this ad and get your fit at about one-half regular price. Summer Suits We have laid in a larger supply of summer suits than ever be- fore ; a considerably larger stock than you will find in any other store, and we have seen to it that the garments at these prices are also better than you have ever before experienced. You will find, without looking very hard, that every Garment is new and thoroughly stylish, embodying those features that give custom tailoring tone and dig...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

pppp m : i PASSES AWAY B. Jones, one of the eoun- inen, residing X 1-2 miles of Allen, was In the rday and Informed us of the new* of the death of hit Rood oM mother, which occurred at hla home yesterday morning. Urn. N. J, Jones was a native of O'Brien county, Tenn., and was 71 years of age at her death. Having bsra born and reared In that good old state, ahe lived there until In April, thla year, when ahe came to Texas, to make her home with her ■on, who haa been a cltiien of thla county and state for several years. Her husband died some three years ago, at the advanced age of 78. Mrs. Jones was a devout christian lady, having since her early girlhood, been a member of the M. E. Church, South. Mra. Jonea leaves the following children to mourn her departure: Mra. Edna Alabrooka of Fartners- ville; Mra. N. J. Evans of Odon, Ark.; T. C. Jonea of Mena, Ark.; J. B. Jonea of Allen, Texaa. Mra. Jonea had been In splendid health, considering her advanced ngc, up until aome thirteen days a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, ^THURSDAY, JULY . 1908. HOW TO MARK TICKET. Ki-nHnmeiMlalloii of Prohibition Stale Executive OMiimlttw. >r te ?n c- m id id or ve r- ve id is IK b- it- y it- or he nn nd ill ►rt ve We recommend that in voting upon ihMK two propositions lu the coming primaries that we Ig- nore the question of for or against the lo al option Byatem and that we scratch everything on the ticket ex- cept "For Submission," and we here- by submit the way the two questions will appear on the official ballot, and the wkj- the same should be marked by tho*e In favor of the sub- mission of the Amendment providing for Hi ate-wide Prohibition: PRIMARY TICKET. For the submission by the Thirty- First Legislature of the State of Texas, a Constitutional Amendment to the people of TexaB, for their adoption or rejection, prohlhlbitlng within the State of Texas, the manu- facture, sale, gift, exchange and In- tra-state shipment of splritous. vin- ous and malt liquors and medicated bitter...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

U , x . I THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, fMl'RSDAY, Jl'LY 9, 190S . . 111 Jl'SS.' 1 KAXIIKM/8 DATKM. b- a ck se-, W5 Hhfrniu (Itfcen Ham Number of Campaign iCogngt'UH'UUt Ar- nuif«d. A Sherman, Texas. July 8.— Con- _^Y«reaumHn C. B. Randeil. who bun 111 been prevented from earlier entering JLl Into hia campaign for renomlnatlon because of hi* remaining at Wash- - ington until the adjournment of Congreati, and because of UlnetiM since bin return to Texan, has given out hiH appointments. which are published below. Mr. Raudell was afflicted the greater r-aft of the Win- er with lagrlppe. and since his re- urn to Texas he has had another ttack of the tmme malady. Ills physician advised against his begin- . nlng au active campaign before this At time. The following list of appoint- ments is h formidable one, which " will require three speeches a day the greater part of the time and much hard driving and loss of reHt. i It 1b Congressman Kundell's desire Jfrto speak to as many people as pos...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

Hp^; i ^ .it 1 ■ m .j ^ v yj mm% r ~ THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JtJLY •. 190S. |)WTIX(ai HKD OKADPATKN. That's the only phrase aj - plicahle to the Soda Water drawn from the fountain at Bristol's Only pure fruit juioea ami the|l>eft of everything are used, and the resultant deltcioun drink is a moral eertainty. We serve Alta Vista J'ure lee Cream, Pine Apple, Orange, Orape and Apricot Free**'*. Come to our Fountain and court good health. /?.|£. Bristol, CITY DRUG STORE "In Business For Yonr Health." Phone 56 South Side Square. McKlNNEY, TEXAS. PREFER LCM'AL OPTION. liquor Men Prefer it to State-wide Prohibition. The contest is now being made t. determine whether we are to have prohibition over the entire state or only In such local option districts as are able to carry it. As has been said, we now have only prohibition- lets—the only difference being in the Hize of the territory.. Even dis- tillers, wholesale and relail dealers and former anti-local optlonlsts are now...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY , 1#08. Cheer Up Brother.. No Cause to Look Sour unless your liver is to the bad. It you are a citizen of McKinney or Collin county, cheer up. Count your blessings. Smile if you have to grin to do it. Interurban Cars Have Started, Rains Have Stopped, The Sun is Shining, The Contract for Paving is Let; Our 15,000 acre onion crop is ripening, Steam Thrashers are Whistling, Corn in Roasting Ear, Cotton Fields Look a Greasy Black, More Renters than Rent Houses and best of all, you have the privilege of purchasing your groceries from CLIFF EMERSON, M Who Feeds Em" with full-measure, honest weight and low-priced gro- ceries that are cheap only in price. Now Cant You —mm — •IM>I I'.I.K lllltTHD.lv PARTY.' At Ilium- of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. <'oil- man, Melissa. On the afternoon of June - I inst., from 5 to 7 o'clock on the beautiful lawn bedecked with beautiful (tow- ers, roses, verbenas, nasturtiums, fiox gladiolus, tube roues, daisies, etc.,...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

H Weather Ctm(1lllun« During the l'# l Month. Following in the me.eorologlfcsl report for the month of June us kepi by Add Wilson, voluntary observer: IVniitrmttm*. The hottest day whs the 14th, !>S degrees. The coldest day was the 15th, 84 degrees. Barometer Itendbig. The highest pressure wan on the 24th, 30.11. The lowest pressure wan on the lHth. 29.6G. ItaJiifnll. Dates 1 .. . . 2 ft ... . 1ft ... 11 . . 15 ... . 10 . . 22 . . . 29 . . Total . . Inches .. . 1. :t o ... tr . . .52 . . .2(5 . . ,S7 . . . tr . . .01 ...11 . a. 4i Remarks. The rainfall for the paat month wan .07 below seven year's average. The uniform temporalure and precip- itation has greatly aided the growth and cultivation of corn and cotton. Second and third crop of alfalfa is being successfully harvested. Early cotton in full bloom. Corn in roust- ing ear. Small yield of wheal and oats being thrashed. One-fourth of cultlvatable land abandoned. No pecans. $IOO Reword, *WO. The readers of this paper will lie ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 9 July 1908

TU AT WHOLESALE t { BANKRUPT Having purchased several bankrupt stocks of Pianos at about half eoat to manufacture thorn, together with another shipment thrown upon me by another change in business, I am offering to the people of McKlnney and vi- cinity THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER KNOWN in a retail sale. The price I paid for these Rianos ensbies me to sell the Pianos AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST and still have a reasonable profit left. Nearly a Hundred and Fifty Pianos must go in this 10 days sale, and We invite you to come and see the stock whether you wish to purchase or not. ALL PIANOS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES and every Piano is guarantsed to be # ♦ as represented. These Pianos are going like hot cakes and if you stay away and wonder whether or not we have what we claim till they are sold and then pay $40# to some desler for the same Piano that we offer you for LESS THAN HALF THAT PRICE, you should not kick anybody but yourself. The world's finest Pianos are to be had at this sale, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 July 1908

TWKXTV -KIKTH V10A It, NO. 5J.V McKl.NNEY, COLLI N tXH'XTY, TEXAS. THI RSllAV. Jl l/l iiJl. C. B. RANDELL SPEAKS HERE Saturday at the court house before a well filled house Congress- man Randell made a good speech. He was Introduced to the crowd l>y J11 dK*" Wilcox, who look occasion to review our congressman's record mid tell of the many good things he haa done for his district. Judge W'll- c-ox called attention to the fact ilia' Mr. Randell is one of the seven on the Ways and Means Committee, and la one of the leaders of the same. Mr Kandell, oil rising to take tin floor made quite a nice reply to the kind words of the man who Introdut- d him. He wanted u> always merit hat good opinion of the Judge. Mr Handell was pleased at the mention he judge made as to his record and (mid he had tried to stirk to his p>st it Washington. Mr. Kandell then went into the natter of records and during his bourse of talking lie explained that he ud always been working and did lot have time t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 July 1908

iMj.; m i ■ •" (? --.-r ;;j: 1 ' V ■ ' THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-QAZETTE. THITR8DAY, JULY 23. 1 08. Ilf HOI'TH McKIWKY. The cottage prayer meeting at Mr. Wilder's residence w«« w«ll *U«nd«d and all were happy to be there. The next meeting will be held at Mr. and Mra. Boyd's. These meeting ur* held on Thuraday night « f each week. Minutes Hat tie and Mazle Webb are at Paladoa attending the B. Y. P. I'. Encampment. About 2,000 are there assembled. Mr. Brantley la building an addi- tion to one of Mr. Strlplln's rent hotiHea. Let the good work go on. MIhk Aiikji Pedlgo of Fsrmersvllle Is vlaiting her unele and aunt, Mr. and Mra. K. K. Ueren of South Mc- Kinney. fioo Reward, fioo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there la at least one dreaded diaeaae that ali- enee haa been able to cure In all Ita stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to the medical fra- ternlty. Catarrh being a constitu- tional disease, requires a constitu-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 July 1908

..., THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY. JULY 13, 19«S. ■HP I t n<uV- L V ij !A ISpS w|j • ?c~ % !UAUAT SALE Continues to Saturday Night Aug. 1st ■ LABORERS OTHER CLASSES IT MATTERS NOT what vocation in life you are pursuing, business position you * have reached, or what financial conditions surround you, it still remains your im- perative duty to save. We are putting the argument up to you good and strong and backing up every promise with the goods. IV. 5. KNIGHT'S ECONOMY SALE the Greatest in our history. Its strictly a reputation builder for us instead of a profit-maker.' Remember there are only a few more days. Come back as often as you like, but by all means come at least one time before this sale closes. A-3 Gt Every Lady in Collin County Should Visit Our Store During this Great Sale. 5c Lawn 2 l-2c 800 yards nice 5c dress lawns. Knight's Economy sale price 9R#* 10 yards for ■■WW 5c Apron Ginghams 3 l-2c 600 vds nice 5c apron gingham. Economy 3 1 2c sale the vard 8c Whit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 July 1908

! iv' " ^ < rt ■ ,k;; !■ 1 •« [i t I | ; • r. I 111 ■n t . ♦ - -. - ■... • . THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1 0S. lig/if Summer Furniture... will make your rooms look and feel cooler. Store away the heavy articles and have u* supply you with light Hummer furni- ture that is both COM- FORT ABLE AND AT- TK ACTIVE. Come In and nee the- display we are making. It Includes ratiun willow ' and the llKhter woods appropriate to the season. You can buy a whole set or single pieces and In no Instance will you find Hie price high. Sum- mer furniture is as com- fortable as summer cloth- ing. Y ~~ Z The" J McKinney, Texas. Q°°'"y" Farnt'J:rJ. P. DO WELL '} v V Big New Stock WALL PAPER We have just received a new shipment of The Newest Patlerns Just the designs you waut for any special room or decoration. PRICES ARE RIGHT TOO. SGOTT & NEWSOME Hook and Jewelry Store. McKinney, Texas. A pleasant homo for his patients, funy equipped with all modern Ap- pliances for the treatme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 July 1908

t THE WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-OAZBTTE. THURSDAY, JULY 13, ISO*. loe W. Barnes "QUALITY CORNER" WillC.Gerrlsh | ,7 DRIVING A PIG TO MARKET is an easy task compared to inducing a second purchase at a store where the first has proven unsatisfactory. So as we have new customers every day, we are always careful to have in this store none hut the right kind of GROCERIES Visit us at any time and inspect as closely as you like. Compare our goods and you will find them the equal of any, and the superior of most. Our prices need no mention. They speak for them- selves. Y t I f Y Y Y Y Y ❖ ❖ ? ? BARNES & GERRISH, Groceries and Produce. Phones 9>l and 525 McKINNEY, TEXAS. X U' 11- •<Y WEDDED HERE NEGRO ATTEMPTS TO FORGE NOTE Yesterday Kay Lindsay, a big. burly negro of about 200 pounds weight. stepped Into the Firm Na- tional bank and ask '(l if he could borrow fir. with Mr. T. B. Wilson oti the note as security. Cn«hlei Howell E. Smith told him certainly, and a note wax at once tilled out. a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 23 July 1908

• -M • as We do not aend rer-elpta lor mon# y paid on •ubeartptlona, but credit am«- on slip attached to paper. If credit la not ahown 011 allp In t« tenrrom date of remittance notify ttilw office. Om Copy One Year 91.00 Ridder says he will be with Bry- an. Kidder bets like a hedger to us. Confidence makes the wheels go round: confidence makes us all gain ground. ;• ■ ; • Walter B. Wil and l*rotirle|«r Amoriato E«Uu r. Entered as second-class mall matter To eabecrlbere—Tbe date printed opposite on the marrtn of the paper or on the wrapper Indicate* the time to 'ihleh your aub- •mptlon ia paid. All aabecrtptiona eiplre on the Mk. — - >k._ k Anal H.. I >. I •ret"of the month Any aubecrtber uot receiving fit payer refularty r-leaae notify JULY 83. Lubbock. Texas, July 17.—After a careful canvass of this town, we And only five men who will vote for Gov. Campbell in the primary. The plaltiK country In opposed to high taxes and a continual brow-beating of all cor- porate Interests. ...

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